Friday, May 22, 2009

Two Wet-on-Wet Paintings / Duas Pinturas com a Técnica Wet-on-Wet

Watercolor, 12.2 x 9.1 inches.
Aquarela, 31 x 23 cm.

Watercolor, 16.5 x11.7 inches, sold
Aquarela, 42 x29.7 cm, vendida.

30 comments:

Deborah said...

Hello Fabio, I love your paintings , it's incredible, what talent and hard work!The rich color, luminosity and depth of shadows create a wonderful emotional content.

Encre said...

The first one is one of those calligraphic paintings of yours that fascinates me. Now I know I should practice wet on wet, and not be afraid to get something that lacks strengh and energy, as I can clearly see that calligraphic marks give a real "contrepoint" to the dissolution 7 softness of the forms.

Jessica said...

Your paintings are so beautiful and sensitive...!I love stopping by your blog, a delightful time. How long did it take to paint each watercolor? Thanks for sharing!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Deborah, thanks. Emotional brush work, that's What I'm always looking for.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Encre, the first one is the vertical ? I think yes....ok, there's a calligraphic movement when I add final details, etc. You noted it, it's nice..yes..calligraphic details are "contrepoint" to my wet-on-wet effects. The finished painting result depends on the wet, loose effects + tiny calligraphic details..They must live togheter in my paintings.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Encre, by the way..thanks for your post. Let me tell you one more thing..: the calligraphic details correct, organise,change, etc everything in my paintings.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Jessica, thank you! About 15, 20minutes.

Marco Libertini said...

Hi Fabio, good job. Would you please help me? How can I avoid water marks and other bad stuff during my wet on wet paintings?

Sibylla said...

Wonderful, unbelievable skill!

Martin D. said...

Hi Fabio, absolutely wonderful work, superb in every way.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Marco, you may check the amount of water in your paper and your brush. Too much water...means that you need to be faster and remove the water marks with a flat brush , a synthetic flat brush. Try to e-mail me with a few photos of your work..so I'll be able to help you, ok? Thanks for your visit !

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Sybilla, thanks a lot!

Hi Martin, thanks!!

NoNo said...

Maravilloso color. Realmente capta la ligereza de las flores y la fuerza de sus colores.
Saludos!!

cardesin said...

Fabio
A fusão de entidades e úmido gamut fazer um trabalho bello e ensoñador.
Parabéns!
jk

Ciro Ramalho said...

Parabéns pelo blog. Está excelente e seu trabalho é um orgulho para todos do Brasil. Fantástico.

Encre said...

Fabio, I was more thinking about the first one, but they both have calligraphic brushstrokes.
I am about to work more the working/studing the watercolor aspect of my portraits (as I have mostly worked the drawing aspect so far), discover more the medium (concentrate on watercolor even if the gallery asks me for acrylics) and think about how to incorporate such a duality (more wet on wet and more calligraphic brushstrokes) in my portraits. I learn a lot on your blog - thanks to you!!! ;-)

Fernando Pena said...

Fabio, muy buenas ambas, la segunda una maravilla. Me gusta mucho como logras con suavidad la fusión entre la pintura en húmedo (wet on wet) y esos toques en seco

Chris Beck said...

Beautiful, Fabio!! Very rich and expressive.

Jala Pfaff said...

Lindissimos!

Dayle's Painted Diary-Dayle Dodwell said...

I like when you use colour best. Simple and sublime.

Lisa said...

Fabio... nothing prettier than a flower garden after a shower. Love the wet on wet!

Galina Nikolova said...

Wonderful!

Cindi said...

fabio.. wonderful gorgeous paintings.. you have a way with paint, that just draws the viewer in adn they want to stay and enjoy... forver!! thank you for sharing!!

Janelle Goodwin said...

Wonderful paintings, Fabio. They show great energy and beauty.

Val Justo said...

Fá, vamos marcar sim, estou em férias a partir do dia 9. um beijo!!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi NoNo, thanks, your work is truly beautiful.

Hi Cardesin,thanks for your visit and words!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Olá, Ciro, obrigado!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Encre, ok, I understand. Thanks for your reply!

Hi Fernando, thanks a lot!

Hi Chris, thanks a lot for your visit!

Thanks, "obrigado" Jala..!!

Thanks Dayle!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Hi Lisa, shower or rain..:-)...thanks!

Thanks, Galina!

Thanks, Cindi, beautiful words!

Hi Janelle, thanks a lot for your visit!

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Oi Val, ok! Obrigado pela visita e bjo!